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4 stars Surely the point of this band's sound is bass guitar. I can't consider another point.

The most expectable Italian classic progressive rock band METAMORFOSI's second album (and of course their masterpiece) Inferno is full of heavyness and darkness. What made the heavy and dark sound as the core of the band? I do consider the key is bass guitar, noisy and exploded bass guitar, like Chris Squire's (Yes). And Davide-Jimmy's tenor vocal with Canzone-like flavour is also very important. His voice will get louder and more shouting as the songs go forward. Variable rhythm sections and avantgarde & psychedelic keyboard sound can hit and attack us with bass and vocal. All of instrumentals are well- balanced and I wanna say there is no useless sound at all! The songs of this album, IS ONE SUITE named INFERNO. Continuously and streamingly the suite can push and shake our heart and brain, then we should be absorbed into the METAMORFOSI world. At the last stage we can get chilled with the terrible ending...from start to end, we can't breathe enough, ha-haa!

Some expression I told but, to tell the truth, my expression should be absolutely useless.


DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |


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